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Guide for the Manual

The Shihlin electric general inverters have been designed with many complicated parameterized
functions to meet most of the application requirements from the market. For customers who deal with
the inverter for the first time, such a complicated inverter may cause troubles when using it. So the users
are expected to read each part of this manual carefully so as to master the operating method of the
inverter. In case there is any question, please feel free to contact us.

In Chapter 2 of this manual, all the series and the corresponding specifications of Shihlin electric general
inverters are listed in detail. Section 2-5 instructs the customers on how to install the inverter and
emphasizes on precautions for safety that should be paid much attention to when utilizing the inverter.

Chapter 3 instructs the customers on how to use the inverter. In Section 3-1, the operating mode of the
inverter is outlined briefly; in Section 3-2, how to use the manipulator is explained; and in Section 3-3,
simple operating steps are explained which enables the users to make the motor run easily by the
inverter. With knowledge of the above simple operation, users can go into Chapter 4 and learn the
functions of each parameter in detail.

The following definitions of terminologies will be embedded in the whole content of the manual, and
much attention should be paid to them.

1. The actual output current frequency of the inverter is called ‘output frequency’.
The frequency set by user (through a manipulator, multi-speed terminals, voltage signal or current
signal) is called ‘target frequency’.
When the motor starts running, the output frequency of the inverter will be increased gradually to the
target frequency, and finally run steadily at the target frequency. The output frequency at this time is
called ‘steady output frequency’.
2. There are detailed instructions on parameter settings in Chapter 3. In case users are not familiar with
these settings, arbitrary adjustment of the parameter may result in abnormal operations. All
parameters can be reset to their default values by the parameter of Pr998. For the setting procedure
of this parameter, please refer to Pr998 in Chapter 3.
3. In order to exploit the performance of Shihlin inverters completely, introduction of the basic
operations is divided into two parts, namely, the ‘operating mode’ and the ‘working mode’.
In the operating modes, the reference source for the running frequency and the signal source for
starting are determined. The Shihlin inverter has totally five operating modes. Please refer to Section
2-1 for details.
The manipulator mainly concerns monitoring of numeric values, setting of parameters and setting of
running frequency. The Shihlin manipulator has totally three working modes. Please refer to Section
2-2 for details.
4. The difference between ‘terminal name’ and ‘function name’:
Near the terminals of the control board or the main-circuit board, printed letters can be found. These
letters are used to distinguish each terminal, and thus called ‘terminal name’.
For ‘input terminals’ and ‘output terminals’, besides the terminal name, the ‘function names’ are also
necessary to be defined. The function names indicate the actual functions of the terminals.
In case functions for a terminal are explained, the name used is its ‘function name’.
5. The difference between ‘on’ and ‘turn on’
When the functions for the ‘input terminals’ are explained, two words ‘on’ and ‘turn on’ are often
used.
The ‘on’ is used to indicate that the external switches of input terminal are in close state, and thus
belongs to the description of the state.
The ‘turn on’ is employed to describe the action that the external switches of input terminal are shut
on from the open state to the close state, and thus belongs to the description of action.

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Contents
Guide for the Manual I
1.Product Examination 1
2. Introduction of Shihlin Inverter .................................................. 4
2-1 Electric specification................................................................................ 4
2-2 Common specification (Inverter characteristics).................................. 5
2-3 Mechanical Dimensions........................................................................... 7
2-4 Name of each part.................................................................................... 9
2-5 Installation and wiring .......................................................................... 11
3. Primary operation....................................................................... 19
3-1 Operating modes of the inverter .......................................................... 19
3-2 Working modes of a manipulator......................................................... 21
3-3 In PU mode, the basic operation procedure (Pr79=0 or 1 ) ............... 25
3-4 In external mode, the basic operation procedure (Pr79=0 or 2)........ 26
3-5 In Combined mode 1, the basic operation procedure ( Pr79=3 )....... 27
3-6 In Combined mode 2, the basic operation procedure ( Pr79=4 )....... 28
3-7 In JOG mode, the basic operation procedure ( Pr79=0 or 1)............. 28
4. Parameters description............................................................... 29
5 Inspection and Maintenance ....................................................... 58
Appendix 1 Parameter List ......................................................... 62
Appendix 2 Alarm Code List ...................................................... 66
Appendix 3 Warning Code List 66
Appendix 4 Troubles and Solutions............................................ 69

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1.Product Examination

Each SS-TYPE inverter has been checked strictly before delivery and packed carefully to
prevent from mechanical damage. Please check as follows after opening the package.


1 Please check if it is damaged during transport


2 Please check if the inverter type is identical to that shown on the package

Nameplate instruction:

Type instruction:
SS - 021 - 1.5K
SS: product series;
021: input voltage;
021 : 220V 1-PHASE
023 : 220V 3-PHASE
043 : 440V 3-PHASE
1.5K: suitable motor capacity

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2. Introduction of Shihlin Inverter
2-1 Electric specification
●220V Series Single Phase
Model SH020-□□□K 0.4K 0.75K 1.5K 2.2K
Applicable HP 0.5 1 2 3
motor capacity kW 0.4 0.75 1.5 2.2
Rated output capacity kVA
0.95 1.5 2.5 4.2
(Note)
Rated output current A
3.0 5.0 7.0 11.0
Output (Note)
150% 60 Seconds; 200% 0.5 Seconds (reverse time
Over-current capability
characteristics)
Maximum output voltage 3 Phase 200~230V AC
Rated power voltage 3 phase 200~230V 50Hz / 60Hz
Power voltage permissible
AC 170~253V 50Hz / 60Hz
Power fluctuation
supply Power frequency
±5%
permissible fluctuation
Power source capacity
1.5 2.5 3.5 4.2
kVA
Self
Cooling method Forced air cooling
cooling
Power consumption W
50 85 100 160
(Note)
Weight kg 0.9 1.0 1.4 2.2

●220V Series Three-Phase


Model SH020-□□□K 0.4K 0.75K 1.5K 2.2K 3.7K
Applicable HP 1 2 3 5 0.5
motor capacity kW 0.75 1.5 2.2 3.7 0.4
Rated output capacity kVA
2.0 3.2 4.4 7.0 1.2
(Note)
Rated output current A
5.0 8.0 11.0 17.5 3.0
Output (Note)
150% 60 Seconds; 200% 0.5 Seconds (reverse time
Over-current capability
characteristics)
Maximum output voltage 3 Phase 200~230V AC
Rated power voltage 3 phase 200~230V 50Hz / 60Hz
Power voltage permissible
AC 170~253V 50Hz / 60Hz
Power fluctuation
supply Power frequency
±5%
permissible fluctuation
Power source capacity
1.5 2.5 4.5 5.5 9.0
kVA
Cooling method Forced air cooling
Power consumption W
35 50 85 100 160
(Note)
Weight kg 0.95 0.95 1.25 1.35 2.15

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●440V Series
Model SH040-□□□K 0.4K 0.75K 1.5K 2.2K 3.7K
Applicable HP 1 2 3 5 0.5
motor capacity kW 0.75 1.5 2.2 3.7 0.4
Rated output capacity kVA
2.0 3.0 4.6 6.9 1.0
(Note)
Rated output current A
2.6 4.0 6.0 9.0 1.3
Output (Note)
150% 60 seconds; 200% 0.5 seconds
Over-current capability
(reverse time characteristics)
Maximum output voltage 3 Phase 380~480V AC
Rated power voltage 3 Phase AC 380~480V 50Hz / 60Hz
Power voltage permissible
AC 323~528V 50Hz / 60Hz
fluctuation
Power
supply Power frequency permissible ±5%
fluctuation
Power source capacity
1.5 2.5 4.5 5.5 9.0
kVA
Self
Cooling method Forced air cooling
cooling
Power consumption W
35 50 85 100 160
(Note)
Weight kg 0.95 1.0 1.35 1.4 2.25
(Note) The test condition of rated output current, rated output capacity and power consumption: the
carrier frequency (Pr72) is 2kHz; the inverter output voltage is 220V / 440V; the output frequency is
60Hz; and the ambient temperature is 40℃.

2-2 Common specification (Inverter characteristics)


Control Control method SPWM control, V/F control.
characteristics
0.2~400Hz (The starting frequency setting range is
Output frequency range
0~60Hz).
If the frequency set value is below 100Hz, the resolution
will be 0.01Hz:
Digital setting
If the frequency set value is above 100Hz, the resolution
Resolution for
will be 0.1Hz.
setting
When setting DC 0~5V signals, the resolution will be
frequency
1/500 ;
Analog setting
When setting DC 0~10V or 4~20mA signals, the
resolution will be 1/1000.
Output Digital setting ±0.01% of maximum running frequency
frequency
accuracy Analog setting ±0.5% of maximum running frequency
Base voltage (pr19), base frequency (pr3) can be
Voltage / frequency output arbitrarily set.
characteristics Constant torque model, variable torque model can be
selected (Pr14).
Torque boost The torque boost setting range is 0~30% (Pr0).

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The acceleration/deceleration time setting range is
Acceleration/deceleration 0~3600 Seconds (Pr7, Pr8).
curve characteristics Different ‘acceleration/deceleration curve’ model can be
selected (Pr29).
The DC braking action frequency is 0~120Hz (Pr10); the
DC braking DC braking time is 0~10 Seconds (Pr11); the DC braking
voltage is 0~30% (Pr12).
The stalling protection level can be set to 0~200%
DC stalling protection
(Pr22).
Manipulator setting, DC 0~5V signal setting, DC 0~10V
Running frequency setting signal setting, DC 4~20mA signal setting, multi-speed
stage level setting.
The motor can be started by external contactor (switch),
Motor starting rotating forward or reversely; the motor can be started by
manipulator, rotating forward or reversely.
The second acceleration time(Pr44), the second
The second function deceleration time(Pr45), the second torque boost (Pr46),
the second base frequency (Pr47)。
Control
terminals External thermal The external thermal relay can be employed to protect
relay input the motor.
Operating External contactor (switch) can be employed as the
characteristics Emergent stop emergent stop switch, and it can shut off the output
voltage of the inverter instantly.
The inverter can be reset by external contactor (switch)
Reset
or by manipulator.
Motor running checking out, output frequency reaching
Operating state checking out, overload checking out, zero current
checking out
checking out (Pr40)。
Output When alarm occurs, the inverter internal relay will act to
terminals Alarm relay detect the occurring alarm.
‘Frequency counter’ or ‘electric current meter with a full
Instruments scale of 1mA’ can be connected outside to indicate the
running frequency or output current.
Running Output frequency inspection, output current inspection,
status output voltage inspection, abnormality recording.
Manipulator monitoring (Maximum 4 groups)
Display Motor running Motor forward rotating indication lamp, motor reversely
indication rotating indication lamp.
Inverter’s LED indication Power indication lamp ‘POWER’, alarming indication
main machine lamp lamp ‘ALARM’.
Over-current protection, P-N over-voltage protection,
motor over heat protection (Pr9), IGBT module over heat
Protection mechanism / Alarming function protection, braking transistor abnormality protection, fan
abnormality protection, super current leakage protection,
etc.
Environmental Ambient temperature -10 ~ +50℃ (non-freezing )
condition
Ambient humidity Below 90%Rh (non-condensing)
Storage temperature -20 ~ +65℃
In room, no corrosive gas, no flammable gas, no
Atmosphere
flammable dust

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Below 5.9m/s2 (0.6G), complying with JIS C0911
Vibration
standard

2-3 Mechanical Dimensions


2-3-1 SS021-0.4K~2.2K (0.5HP~3HP) series

A B C D E F
Model (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
SS021-0.4K 85 130.5 148 74 134 Φ 5
SS021-0.75K 85 130.5 148 74 134 Φ 5

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SS021-1.5K 100 131.5 186 86.5 173.5 Φ 5.5
SS021-2.2K 118 141.5 220 105.5 207 Φ 5.5

2-3-2 SS0X3-0.4K~3.7K (0.5HP~5HP) series

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A B C D E F
Model
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
SS023-0.4K 85 130.5 148 74 134 Φ 5
SS023-0.75K 85 130.5 148 74 134 Φ 5
SS023-1.5K 100 131.5 186 86.5 173.5 Φ 5.5
SS023-2.2K 100 131.5 186 86.5 173.5 Φ 5.5
SS023-3.7K 118 141.5 220 105.5 207 Φ 5.5
SS043-0.4K 85 130.5 148 74 134 Φ 5
SS043-0.75K 85 130.5 148 74 134 Φ 5
SS043-1.5K 100 131.5 186 86.5 173.5 Φ 5.5
SS043-2.2K 100 131.5 186 86.5 173.5 Φ 5.5
SS043-3.7K 118 141.5 220 105.5 207 Φ 5.5
2-
4 Name of each part
2-4-1 Nameplate and model

注: 将‘型号’改成 TYPE
‘适用的马达容量’:Suitable motor capacity
‘额定输入’:Rated Input
‘额定输出’:Rated Output(Rated Output Current,Maximum Output Voltage,Output
Frequency)
‘生产序号’:Serial NO.

2-4-2 SS021-0.4K~2.2K (0.5HP~3HP) Series

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When pressing down the upper cover latches and pulling the cover forward in the inverter
front face direction, the upper cover then can be dismounted. After dismounting the upper
cover, the ‘control board terminal bank’ and the ‘main-circuit board terminal bank’ can
be seen.
When wiring, the wire must go through the ‘wiring outlet’ before connecting with the
terminal bank.

2-4-3 SS0X3-0.4K ~3.7K (0.5HP ~5HP) Series

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When pressing down the upper cover latches and pulling the cover forward in the inverter
front face direction, the upper cover then can be dismounted. After dismounting the upper
cover, the ‘control board terminal bank’ and the ‘main-circuit board terminal bank’ can be
seen.
When wiring, the wire must go through the ‘wiring outlet’ before connected with the
terminal bank.

2-5 Installation and wiring


2-5-1 Installation notice

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1. Please install in an upright direction 2. Proper clearance shall be kept from
surroundings when installing

3. The ambient temperature shall not 4. Correct position for installing in a


exceed the permissible value. protection cabin.

5. Please do not install the inverter on highly vibrating machinery (such as lathe,
milling machine, etc.).

6. Please do not install the inverter on a surface of inflammable material such as


wood etc.

7. Please do not install the inverter at places exposed to explosive gas, inflammable
dust.

8. Please do not install the inverter at places with airborne oil mist and dust.

9. Please do not install the inverter at places exposed to corrosive gas, salt laden
air.

10. Please do not install the inverter in the environment of high temperature and
high humidity.
(Note 1) Only qualified electrical professional personnel can carry out the installation, wire arrangement,
dismounting and maintenance.
(Note 2) Please ensure to comply with the installation notice. In case the installation notice has not been

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fully complied with and damage of the inverter or dangerous accidence thus be resulted in, our company
will not undertake any legal responsibility. In case there is any question when installing, please feel free
to contact us.

2-5-2 Terminal wire arrangement of SS0XX-0.4K~3.7K (0.5HP~5HP) series

R dl

G l

(Note 1) In the above figure, heavy-gauge wires are main circuit wires; the rest are control circuit wires.

(Note 2) For the usage of external thermal relay, please see Pr59 in Chapter 3.

(Note 3) The differences between ‘terminal name’ and ‘function name’:


Near the terminals of the control board or the main circuit board, printed letters can be found. These
letters are used to distinguish each terminal, and thus called ‘terminal name’.
For ‘control terminal’ and ‘multi-function output terminal’, besides the terminal names, the ‘function

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names’ are also necessary to be defined. The function name indicates the actual function of the terminal.

For the multi-function control terminals and multi-function output terminals, just as their names, they
can be set to several function names, so their terminal name and function name may be different.
(Note 4) For SS0XX-0.4K~3.7K (0.5HP~5HP) series, the control terminals only have the ‘Sink Input’
type. The wire arrangement is shown in the following figure.
No matter what kind of control terminal, its outside wire arrangement can all be considered as a simple
switch. If the switch is ‘on’, the control signal will be input into the control terminal, if the switch is
‘off’, the control signal is shut off.

(Note 5) Please refer to Chapter 4 communication part

Main-circuit terminals
Remarks
R- S- T Connect to the commercial power supply.
U-V-W Connect to three-phase squirrel-cage motor.
P- PR Connect to brake resistors. (Note 1)
P- N Connect to brake unit (Note 4)
The grounding terminal for the case of the inverter. For 220V
series, the third type of grounding shall be adopted. For 440V
series, special type of grounding shall be adopted.
(Note 1)
1. For SH0X0-0.75K~3.7K (1HP~5HP) series of inverters, the brake resistor isn’t appended when sales.
2. For the related knowledge on regenerative voltage, please refer to Pr30 in Chapter 3.
‘’
(Note 2) In order to strengthen the braking capability during deceleration, it is suggested to ‘’purchase
the option of ‘brake unit’ which is mounted between the terminals P-N. The ‘brake unit’ can effectively
dissipate the fed-back energy from the motor to the inverter when decelerating. In case there is any
problem on purchasing of the ‘brake unit’, please feel free to contact us.

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Control board terminals
Terminal Function
Terminal type Remarks and function description
name name

STF Optional
STR Optional
‘’For detailed descriptions, please refer to Pr80~Pr84 in
M0 Optional Chapter 4.
Sink Input M1 Optional
M2 Optional

If the RES turn on for 1.5 seconds, the inverter will execute
RES RES
the resetting program.
Common reference Ground for STF、STR、M0、M1、
SD SD
M2 and RES ---
10 --- The internal power is DC 5V at this terminal.
The input point of voltage signal 0~5V or 0~10V, is
2 --- Pr38
Analog signal used to set the running frequency.
input The input points of current signal 4m~20mA, is used
4 --- Pr39
to set the running frequency.
5 --- The reference ground of analog signal input.
A --- Normally, points AC are always open-circuit; B-C always
B --- ‘short-circuits’.
Relay output When failures occur (Alarm lamp is lit.), A-C is closed, and
C --- B-C is opened.
(Note) Contactor capacity: VDC30V / VAC230V-- 0.3A
These terminals can also be called ‘multi-function output
SO Optional terminal’. The function name of a multi-function output
Open collector terminal, can be set by Parameter Pr40. For detailed
output
description, please refer to Pr40 in Chapter 4.
SE SE Open collector output reference ground.
Connected with an external analog meter to indicate the
Analog signal
AM --- output frequency or current. Please refer to Pr54、Pr55、Pr56
output
and Pr191 in Chapter 4.
485
communication SDA SDA
terminal
SDB SDB RS485/422 serial communication terminal
RDA RDA
RDB RDB
P5S P5S 5Vsource
SG SG 5VGround
WF*(Note1) WF NMI

Note 1: WF terminal is only for program updating. Please don’t perform connection
during running, or malfunction can be resulted.

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2-5-3 Wiring precautions
Main circuit wiring:
1. Do not connect the power supply wires to
‘’inverter’s output terminals U-V-W which
are designed for connecting motors
otherwise, the inverter may
be damaged.
2. Please do not mount
filtering capacitors, surge absorbers
and electromagnetic contactors at the
output end of the inverter.
3. Please do not use ‘electromagnetic contactors’ or ‘no-fuse switches’ with an online
power to start or stop the motor.
4. Please ensure the case of the inverter and the motor is grounded, to avoid personnel
electric shock.
5. To appropriately select the diameter of the main-circuit wires and the corresponding
wire terminals, the no-fuse switches and the electromagnetic contactors, please refer to
Section 1-6. And if the distance between the inverter and the motor is long, please
employ a wire with larger diameter to ensure the voltage drop along the wire within 2V.
(The total length of the wire shall not exceed 500 meters)
6. ‘’Pressing connection terminals with insulated sleeve shall be utilized for the wiring at
the power source side and the load side.
7. In a short period after the power supply is shut off, high voltage still exists between the
inner terminals P-N, thus please do not touch them to avoid personnel electric shock.

Control circuit wire arrangement:


1. For wiring of signal input, ‘insolated wires’ must be used‘’ to connect a ‘metal mesh’
with the ‘Terminal 5’.
2. For the control board wiring, wires with a diameter of 0.75mm2 is suggested to be used.
And for the stripping of the insulating layer, please comply with the instruction of the
following figure.

3. The control board wire (including signal input wire) shall be far away from the main
circuit board wire. Binding the control board wires together with the main circuit wires
is strictly forbidden.
4. In the inverter, the ‘terminal SD’, ‘terminal SE’ and the ‘terminal 5’ are the referencing
grounds for the inner power sources which are isolated from each other.
(Note 1) The terminal block screws must be screwed up tightly. Especially the wire cut pieces shall not
be left in the inverter.

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(Note 2) When wiring, the ‘wire protection rubber’ shall be firstly cut in a cross way, then the cable can
penetrate through the wire protection rubber before connecting with the terminal bank to protect the
cable insulation shield against scratch and damage. When wiring with a PVC pipe / metal pipe, please
remove the ‘wire protection rubber’ and arrange the pipe directly.

(Note 3) Only qualified electrical professional personnel can carry out the installation, wire arrangement,
dismounting and maintenance.
(Note 4) Please comply with the wire arrangement notice. In case the installation has not been fully
complied with , and damage of the inverter or dangerous accidence thus be resulted in, our company will
not undertake any legal responsibility. In case there is any question on the wire arrangement, please feel
free to contact us.

2-6 Selection of peripheral equipments


2-6-1 No-fuse switch
Power
Motor Applicable NFB Applicable MCB
Inverter type source
capacity type (Shihlin motor) type (Shihlin motor)
capacity
SS021-0.4K 220V 0.5HP 1.5KVA NF30 5A S-C11L
SS021-0.75K 220V 1HP 2.5kVA NF30 10A S-C11L
SS021-1.5K 220V 2HP 3.5kVA NF30 15A S-C11L
SS021-2.2K 220V 3HP 4.2kVA NF30 20A S-C11L / S-C12L
SS023-0.4K 220V 0.5HP 1.5KVA NF30 5A S-C11L
SS023-0.75K 220V 1HP 2.5kVA NF30 10A S-C11L
SS023-1.5K 220V 2HP 4.5kVA NF30 15A S-C11L
SS023-2.2K 220V 3HP 5.5kVA NF30 20A S-C11L / S-C12L
SS023-3.7K 220V 5HP 9kVA NF30 30A S-C20L
SS043-0.4K 440V 0.5HP 1.5KVA NF30 3A S-C11L
SS043-0.75K 440V 1HP 2.5kVA NF30 5A S-C11L
SS043-1.5K 440V 2HP 4.5kVA NF30 10A S-C11L

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2-6-2 Power cable specification/pressing connection terminals specification
Pressing connection terminal
Power cable specification
specification (used by power cables)
Inverter
Cables for the Cables for the Cables for the Cables for the
type
power supply output U.V.W power supply output U.V.W
2 2 2
R.S.T (mm ) (mm ) R.S.T (mm ) (mm2)
SS021-0.4K 2 2 2-4 2-4
SS021-0.75K 2 2 2-4 2-4
SS021-1.5K 2 2 2-4 2-4
SS021-2.2K 2 2 2-4 2-4
SS023-0.4K 2 2 2–4 2-4
SS023-0.75K 2 2 2–4 2-4
SS023-1.5K 2 2 2–4 2-4
SS023-2.2K 2 2 2–4 2-4
SS023-3.7K 3.5 3.5 5.5 - 4 5.5 - 4
SS043-0.4K 2 2 2–4 2-4
SS043-0.75K 2 2 2-4 2-4
SS043-1.5K 2 2 2-4 2-4

2-6-3 Brake resistors


Inverter Inverter Brake resistor
Brake resistor specification
type type specification
SS021-0.4K 100W 220Ωabove SS023-2.2K 300W 60Ωabove
SS021-0.75K 150W 120Ωabove SS023-3.7K 400W 40Ωabove
SS021-1.5K 300W 60Ωabove SS043-0.4K 80W 1000Ωabove
SS021-2.2K 300W 60Ωabove SS043-0.75K 100W 800Ωabove
SS023-0.4K 100W 220Ωabove SS043-1.5K 200W 320Ωabove
SS023-0.75K 150W 120Ωabove SS043-2.2K 400W 160Ωabove

(Note 1) The brake resistor capacity listed in the above table is based on the condition that the utilization
ratio of braking is 10% (that is ,in case braking lasts for 5 seconds, another 45 seconds must be provided
for heat dissipation).
(Note 2) ‘’In case frequent start and stop operations are required, a larger utilization ratio of braking
should be set; and at the meanwhile, a larger brake resistor should be employed correspondingly. If there
is any problem about selection of brake resistors, please feel free to contact us.

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Chapter 3. Primary operation
3-1 Operating modes of the inverter

The operation modes of the inverter are related to the reference source of the
running frequency and the signal source of the motor starting. The Shihlin inverter totally
has 5 kinds of operation modes, namely, ‘PU mode’, ‘JOG mode’, ‘external mode’,
‘communication mode’, ‘combined mode 1’, ‘combined mode 2’ , ‘combined mode 3’ ,
‘combined mode 4’ and ‘Combined mode 5’‘.’

Related Set
Remarks
parameters values
In this case the ‘PU mode’, ‘external mode’ and ‘JOG mode’ are
0
valid and interchangeable
1 PU mode’ and ‘JOG mode’ are active and interchangeable.
2 Only ‘external mode’ is applicable.
Operation 3 Only communication mode’ is applicable.
mode
4 Only ‘combined mode 1’ is valid.
selection,
Pr79 5 Only ‘combined mode 2’ is valid.
6 Only ‘combined mode 3’ is valid.
7 Only ‘combined mode 4’ is valid.
8 Only ‘combined mode 5’ is valid.

Note: When it is started, Pr79=0,and the inverter is in mode. But the set value of Pr79can be
changed to change the operating mode.

Operation The reference source of running The signal source of motor


mode frequency starting
1. Pressing the key on the
The running frequency shall be written
manipulator can start the motor
into the memory by a manipulator. The
rotating forward.
PU mode steady output frequency is determined
by the running frequency in the 2. Pressing the key on the
memory. manipulator can start the motor
rotating reversely.

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The running frequency is determined
External by the ‘voltage signal value’, ‘current
Refer to Pr74 in Chapter 3
mode signal value’ or ‘combination of
multi-speed stage levels’.
The running frequency shall be written
into the memory by a manipulator. The
Combined
steady output frequency is determined Refer to Pr80~Pr84 in Chapter 3
mode 1 by the running frequency in the
memory.
1. Pressing the key on the
The running frequency of it is
manipulator can start the motor
determined by the ‘voltage signal
Combined rotating forward.
value’, ‘current signal value’ or
mode 2 ‘combination of multi-speed stage
2. Pressing key on the
levels’. Refer to Section 3-7. manipulator can start the motor
rotating reverse.
The running frequency is the set value of
JOG mode Pr15. Refer to Section 2-7.

Combined The running frequency shall be


written into the memory by external The inverter is determined by the
mo
communication. The steady output external
de frequency is determined by the Terminals.
3 running frequency in the memory.
Combine The running frequency of it is
determined by the ‘voltage signal
mo The inverter is determined by the
value’, ‘current signal value’ or
de ‘combination of multi-speed stage communication.
4 levels’.
Combined The running frequency of it is
The inverter is determined by the
mo determined by the frequency (set by
external
de keyboard), external terminals or the Terminals.
5 set value of Pr15.

3-1-1 The flow charts for transferring operation modes with a SS-TYPE
series of manipulator.
In case Pr79=0:

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When Pr79=1:

(Note 1)
1. In ‘Pu mode’, the indicating lamp in the manipulator will be lit.
2. In ‘external mode’ the indicating lamp will be lit.
3. In ‘combined mode 1 or 2’, both the indicating lamp and will be lit.
4. In ‘JOG mode’, the indicating lamp will be lit, and at the same time the display screen will
display when the motor is not running.

(Note 2) If the Pr79=2、3、4、5、6、7 or 8, the operation mode will be constant, so there are no flow charts
for it.

3-2 Working modes of a manipulator


A manipulator can be used to monitor the output frequency, output current, and output
voltage, browse the alarming information, set parameters and running frequencies, and
etc. Therefore, there are totally five working modes for a manipulator, namely,
‘monitoring mode’, ‘parameter setting mode’, ‘frequency setting mode’, ‘operating
mode’ and ‘alarm mode’.

3-2-1 The flow charts for transferring operation modes with a SS-TYPE
Series of manipulator
(Note 1) For detailed operating flow in monitoring mode, please refer to Section 3-2-2.
(Note 2) For detailed operating flow in frequency setting mode, please refer to Section3-2-3.
(Note 3) For detailed operating flow in parameter setting mode, please refer to Section 3-2-4.
(Note 4) For detailed operating flow in operating mode, please refer to Section 3-1-1.
(Note 5) For detailed operating flow in HELP mode, please refer to Section 3-2-5.

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3-2-2 The flow charts for transferring operation modes with a SS-TYPE
Series of manipulator

(Note 1)
1. When in ‘monitoring output frequency’ mode, the indicating lamp of and will be
lit, and at the same time the screen will display the current output frequency.
2. When in ‘monitoring output current’ mode, the indicating lamp of and will be lit,
and the screen will display the current output current value.
3. When in ‘monitoring output voltage’ mode, the indicating lamp of and will be lit,
and the screen will display the current output voltage value.

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4. When in ‘browsing alarm recording’ mode, the indicating lamp of will be lit, and the
screen will display the alarm code. The maximum number of alarm records are 4 .
(Note 2) For the alarm codes, please refer to Appendix 2.

3-2-3 The flow charts for transferring operation modes with a SS-TYPE
Series of manipulator

(Note) When the inverter runs, the frequency can be changed by and the value can be

saved by holding for 1.5 seconds or pressing .


(注) In the frequency setting mode, the indicating lamp will be lit, but will not be lit.
(注) When setting frequency in PU mode, the set value can not exceed the upper frequency. High
frequency is needed, the upper frequency should be changed first.

3-2-4 The flow charts for transferring operation modes with a SS-TYPE
Series of manipulator

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PU Hz
MON A
V
RUN EXT

PU Hz PU Hz PU Hz
MON
A
MON A MON A
V V V
RUN EXT RUN EXT RUN EXT

PU Hz PU Hz PU Hz
MON A MON A MON A
V V V
RUN EXT RUN EXT RUN EXT

PU Hz PU Hz PU Hz
MON A MON A MON A
V V V
RUN EXT 超过 RUN EXT RUN EXT
1.5s

进入下一轮参数
设定操作 调整出新的设定值 读出原有的设定值
设定值写入,
参数值闪烁
PU Hz
MON A
V
RUN EXT

(Note ) In the parameter setting mode, both the indicating lamp of and indicating lamp of
will turn off.
Parameter setting mode operating flow chart: 参数设定模式操作流程图
The first bit flashes: 第一位闪烁
The second bit flashes: 第二位闪烁
The third bit flashes: 第三位闪烁
Set value written and it flashes: 设定值写入,参数值闪烁
Read new setting value: 调整出新的设定值
Read previous setting value: 读出原有的设定值
Entering the next setting mode: 进入下一轮参数设定操作
3-2-5 The flow charts for transferring operation modes in HELP mode

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3-3 In PU mode, the basic operation procedure (Pr79=0 or 1 )

Steps Description
Changing the operation mode to PU mode. At this time, the indicating lamp
of will be lit.
(Note )
1 1. When Pr79=0, after the power is switched on or the inverter is reset, the inverter will
enter external mode first.
2. When Pr79=1, after the power is switched on or the inverter reset, the inverter will
enter PU mode first.
3. For selection and shifting of operation modes, please refer to Section 3-1.
Entering frequency setting mode, and writing the running frequency into
2 the memory.
(Note ) For the detailed setting procedure, please refer to Section 3-2.

Press down the or , and then the motor will start running. At this
time, the indicating lamp of or will blink which
indicates the motor is running. The manipulator then enters the monitoring
3 mode automatically.
(Note )
1. For the operating flow of monitoring mode, please refer to Section 3-2.
2. In case the motor is running, the frequency setting mode is also valid, and thus the
running frequency can be changed to regulate the motor speed.

Press , and then the motor will decelerate, until stop. The indicating
4
lamp of or will turn off only when the inverter stops
outputting voltages.

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3-4 In external mode, the basic operation procedure (Pr79=0 or 2)
Steps Description
Change the operation mode to the external mode, and then the indicating
lamp of will be lit.
(Note )
1 1. When Pr79=0, after the power is switched on started or inverter is reset, the inverter
will enter external mode first.
2. When Pr79=2, the inverter will always enter the external mode.
3. For selection and shifting of operation modes, please refer to Section 3-1.

If the running frequency is set by a current signal, please refer to Pr39 in


Chapter 4.
If the running frequency is set by multi-speed stage levels, please refer to
Pr4 in Chapter 4.
2
If the running frequency is set by a voltage signal, please refer to Pr38 in
Chapter 4.

Turn on STF or STR, the motor will start running. At this time, the
indicating lamp of or will blink which indicates the motor
is running.
3
(Note )
1. For advanced setting of the starting terminals STF and STR, please refer to Pr74 in
Chapter 4.
2. For the operating procedure of the monitoring mode, please refer to Section 3-2.
Turn off STF or STR, then the motor will decelerate, until stopping.
4 The indicating lamp or will turn off only when the
inverter stops outputting voltages.

3-5 In communication mode, the basic operation procedure (Pr79=3)

In communication mode, it can be realized by the user to set parameters, run/stop, and
reset. Please refer to Pr32~Pr53 and communication protocol for details.

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3-6 In JOG mode, the basic operation procedure ( Pr79=0 or 1)
Steps Description
Change the operation mode to the JOG mode; at this time the
indicating lamp will be lit, and the screen will display before
1 motor runns.
(Note) For selection and shift of the operation modes, please refer to Section 3-1.

1. Press down or , and then the motor will start running. At this
time, the indicating lamp of or will blink which
indicates the motor is running.

2. When releasing or , the motor will decelerate until stopping.


2 The indicating lamp of or will turn off only when the
inverter stops outputting voltages.
(Note 1) For the operating procedure of the monitoring mode, please refer to Section
2-2.
(Note 2) In the JOG mode, the running frequency is the set value of Pr15, and the
acceleration / deceleration time is the set value of Pr16.
Please refer to Pr15 in Chapter 3.

3-7 In Combined mode 1, the basic operation procedure ( Pr79=3 )

Steps Description
In Combined mode 1, the indicating lamp of and will be lit.
1
(Note ) For selection and shifting of operation modes, please refer to Section 2-1.
Enter the frequency setting mode, and write the running frequency into the
memory.
2 (Note ) For the operating procedure of the frequency setting mode, please refer to Section
2-2.

Turn on STF or STR, and then the motor will start running.
At this time, the indicating lamp of or will blink which
indicates the motor is running.
3 (Note )
1. For advanced setting of starting terminals STF and STR, please refer to Pr74 in
Chapter 3.
2. For the operating procedure of the monitoring mode, please refer to Section 2-2.

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Turn off STF or STR, and then the motor will decelerate, until stopping. The
4 indicating lamp of or will turn off only when the inverter
stops outputting voltages.

3-8 In Combined mode 2, the basic operation procedure ( Pr79=4 )


Steps Description
In Combined mode 2, the indicating lamp of and will be lit.
1
(Note) For selection and shifting of the operation mode, please refer to Section 2-1.
If the running frequency is set by a current signal, please refer to Pr39 in
Chapter 3.
If the running frequency is set by multi-speed stage levels, please refer to
2 Pr4 in Chapter 3.
If the running frequency is set by a voltage signal, please refer to Pr38 in
Chapter 3.

Press down or , and then the motor starts running. At this time,
the indicating lamp of or will blink, which indicates
the motor is running. And the manipulator will enter the ‘monitoring mode’
3 automatically.
(Note)
1. For the operating procedure of the monitoring mode, please refer to Section 2-2.
2. In case the motor is running the frequency setting mode is also valid ,and thus the
running frequency can be changed to regulate the motor speed.

After pressing down , the motor will decelerate, until stopping. The
indicating lamp of or will turn off only when the inverter
4
stops outputting voltages.

3-9 In Combined mode 3, the basic operation procedure (Pr79=6)


The running frequency can only be written into the memory by external communication. The output
frequency of the inverter depends on the running frequency. The inverter startup is determined by
external terminals. The functions of Pr996, Pr998 and Pr999 can be accomplished by communication.

3-10 In Combined mode 4, the basic operation procedure (Pr79=7)


The running frequency of the inverter is determined by the ‘voltage signal value’, ‘current
signal value’ or ‘combination of multi-speed stage levels’ terminals. The inverter startup is
determined by communication (including ‘reset’).

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3-11 In Combined mode 5, the basic operation procedure (Pr79=8)
When EXJ, RL, and RM are all ‘off’, the running frequency is determined by the frequency
(set by keyboard), when EXJ is ‘ON’ the running frequency is determined by the set value of
Pr15. Acceleration/deceleration time is set by the value of Pr16. When EXJ is not chosen, the
running frequency is determined by external terminals.(Please refer to Pr4~Pr6,Pr80~Pr84)

Chapter 4. Parameter description


Pr0 Torque Boost
Pr3 Base Frequency
Pr14 Load pattern selection
Pr19 Base Voltage

1. The maximum output voltage of the inverter is called ‘base voltage’.


2. If the output frequency is lower than the base frequency, the output voltage of the
inverter will increase with the output frequency; if the output frequency has reached the
base frequency, the output voltage will just equal to the base voltage. If the output
frequency exceeds the base frequency, and increase continuously, the output voltage will
be fixed to the base voltage. Please refer to the following figures for the V/F curves
(output voltage vs. output frequency).
3. For an inverter controlled by V/F mode, when the motor starts up, since the output
voltage of the inverter is inadequate, the startup torque is usually inadequate. In this case
the output voltage can be improved by properly setting the torque boost (Pr0), and thus a
better starting torque can be acquired.
4. If the Pr0=6% and Pr19=220V, and as long as the output frequency of the inverter is
0Hz, the output voltage is Pr19*Pr0=220*6%=13.2V.
Parameter Pr14
Set
0 1 2 3
value

V/F
Curve

1.Constant torque loads


1.Variable torque loads
2.Applicable to Ascending/descending Ascending/descending
Description trolley and conveyer 2. Applicable to fans loads loads
and pumps etc.
belt etc.
(Note1) If the Pr0 set value is too high, it will result in the action of the current protection of the inverter

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or will disable the inverter to start smoothly.
(Note2) If Pr19=9999, the maximum output voltage of the inverter will depend on the value of the
power supply voltage.

Pr1 Maximum frequency


Pr2 Minimum frequency
Pr18 High-speed maximum frequency
As shown in the following figures,
If the running frequency ≦ Pr2, the steady output frequency equals Pr2.
If Pr2 < output frequency ≦ Pr1(Pr18), the steady output frequency equals output frequency.
If Pr1 (Pr18) <output frequency, the steady output frequency equals Pr1.

(Note1) The ‘maximum frequency’ and the ‘


high-speed maximum frequency ’ are
related with each other. It means that if the user writes
value to Pr1, at the same time, the same value will be
written to Pr18. On the contrary, if the user writes value
to Pr18, at the same time, the same value will be written
to Pr1. Hence, Pr1 always equals Pr18.
If the running upper limit frequency is in the range
of 0~120Hz, Pr1 must be used; if the
running upper limit frequency is in the range of
120~400Hz, then Pr18 must be employed.
(Note2) If Pr1 < Pr2, the steady output frequency will be clamped to Pr1.
(Note3) the set frequency value can not exceed the value of Pr1.

Pr4~Pr6, Pr24~Pr27, Pr126~Pr133 multi- speed


Related
Description
parameter
Pr4→speed 1(high speed), Pr5→speed 2(medium speed), Pr6→speed
Pr4~Pr6
3 (low speed)
Pr24~Pr27 Set speeds 4 to 7. If a parameter value is the default value of 9999, the

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speed is invalid.
Set speed 8 to 15. If a parameter value is the default value of 9999, the
Pr126~Pr133
speed is invalid.
(Note1) Only in ‘external mode’,‘combined mode 2’ or ‘combined mode4’, the multi-speed is valid.
(Note2) RL、RM、RH mentioned in this section are ‘the function names of multi-function control
terminal’. (For example: Pr80=2, M0 terminal is chosen to perform the RL function). Please refer
to Pr80-84 for multi-function selection;Please see section 3-5for wiring.
(Note3) In case the values for Pr24~Pr27 and Pr126~Pr133 are all defaulted, ‘3-speed operation’ is
active. It means that no matter how RL, RM, RH and REX are combined, only ’3-speed operation’ is
available. In this case, the running frequency can be set as the following (the priority for the terminals is
RL>RM>RH):
1. If RL is on, the running frequency is the set value of Pr6.
2. If RM is on, the running frequency is the set value of Pr5.
3. If RH is on, the running frequency is the set value of Pr4.
4. If both RL and RM are on, the running frequency is the set value of Pr6.
5. If both RL and RH are on, the running frequency is the set value of Pr6.
6. If both RM and RH are on, the running frequency is the set value of Pr5.
7. If RL, RM and RH are all on, the running frequency is the set value of Pr6.

(Note4) When all of the values for Pr24~Pr27 are not 9999(the seventh speed), and the seventh speed is
invalid, then ‘7-speed operation’ is automatically activated, and the running frequency is clamped to Pr6 ,
given the RH, RM and RL are switched on simultaneously,.
(Note5) In this paragraph, RL, RM, RH and REX refer to the ‘function names of the multi-function
control terminals’. About the function selection and features of the terminals, please refer to Pr59; for
wiring, refer to Section 1-5.

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Pr7 Acceleration time
Pr8 Deceleration time
Pr20 Acceleration/ deceleration reference frequency
Pr29 Acceleration/deceleration pattern selection
1. When the output frequency of the inverter is accelerated from 0Hz to Pr20, the
required time is defined as ‘acceleration time (Pr7)’
2. When the output frequency of the inverter is decelerated from Pr20 to 0Hz, the
required time is defined as ‘deceleration time (Pr8)’.

When Pr29=0
‘Linear acceleration/deceleration curve’
An acceleration slope is constructed by combination of
Pr7 and Pr20.
A deceleration slope is fabricated by combination of
Pr8 and Pr20.
When the running frequency varies, it increases with the
acceleration slope or decreases with the deceleration
slope linearly.‘’‘’

When Pr29=1,
‘S pattern acceleration/deceleration curve A’
The acceleration/deceleration slope is formed
by combination of Pr7 and Pr3.
The acceleration /deceleration
curve possesses S-shape. ‘’

The equation for the ascending S pattern curve is:

Where ‘t’ is time and ‘f’ is the output frequency.


(Note) This pattern is applicable to main shafts of the working machines.

If Pr29=2, ‘S pattern acceleration/deceleration curve 2’

An acceleration slope is formed by combination


of Pr7 and Pr20.
A deceleration slope is formed by combination
of Pr8 and Pr20.

When the running frequency varies, it increases

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with the acceleration slope or decreases
with the deceleration slope linearly.
‘’‘’
As shown in the right figure, when the setting value of the inverter is adjusted from f0 to f2, an
acceleration in S pattern is undertook once; then if the frequency is set from f2 to f3, a second
acceleration is experienced.
(Note) In this pattern the motor vibration can be reduce substantially during acceleration /
deceleration, and thus the life span of belts and gears is expanded

Pr9 Electronic thermal relay capacity


1. The ‘electronic thermal relay’ employed the built-in program to simulate a thermal
relay to prevent the motor from overheating.
2. When a squirrel-cage inductive motor (standard motor) is applied, the set value of Pr9
is usually the rated current value at 60Hz.
3. If Pr9=0, the electronic thermal relay is disabled.
4. In case the calculated heat by the electronic thermal relay exceeds the upper limit, an
alarm will be output (at this time, the alarm lamp will be lit.), the screen will
display , and the output will be stopped.

(Note1) After the inverter is reset, the thermal accumulating record of the electronic thermal relay will
be reset to zero. Attention should be paid to it.
(Note2) When two or more motors are connected to the inverter, they cannot be protected by the
electronic thermal relay. Install an external thermal relay to each motor.

(Note3) When a special motor is employed, the electronic thermal relay is no longer invalid. Install an
external thermal relay to each motor.

(Note4) About wiring for an external thermal relay, refer to Pr80-84.

Pr10 DC injection brake operation frequency


Pr11 DC injection brake operation time
Pr12 DC injection brake voltage
1. After a stop signal is input
(please refer to Chapter 3 for the primary
operation), the output
frequency of the inverter will decrease gradually.
In case the output frequency reaches the
‘DC injection brake operation frequency (Pr10)’, the

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DC injection brake will be activated.
2. During DC injection brake, a DC voltage will be injected into the motor windings by
the inverter, which is used to lock the motor rotor. This voltage is called ‘DC injection
brake voltage (Pr12)’. The larger the Pr12 value is, the higher the DC brake voltage and
the stronger the brake capability.
3. The DC brake operation will last a period (the set value of Pr11) to overcome the
motor inertia. To achieve an optimum control, Pr11 and Pr12 should be set properly.
(Note) Proper setting of Pr10, Pr11 and Pr12, the positioning accuracy can be improved.

Pr13 Starting frequency


1. When the motor starts up, the instant output
frequency of the inverter is
called ‘starting frequency’ (please
refer to Chapter 2 for the primary
operation of the motor).
2. If the running frequency of the inverter
is lower than the setting value of
Pr13, after the motor started, the
indicating lamp of or will
blink. However, there’s no voltage output and the motor will not run.

Pr14 Load pattern selection


Refer to Pr0.

Pr15 JOG frequency


Pr16 JOG acceleration/deceleration time
In JOG mode, the output
frequency is the set value
of Pr15, and the acceleration
/ deceleration time is the
set value of Pr16.
(Note) Please refer to Section 3-1 for
how to enter the JOG mode.

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Pr19 Base frequency voltage
Please refer to Pr0.

Pr20 Acceleration/deceleration reference frequency


Please refer to Pr7.
Pr22 Stall prevention operation level
Pr66 stall prevention operation level reduction starting frequency
Pr23 offset coefficient for Stall prevention operation level at double speed
1. With a heavy load, in the case when a motor starts or the running frequency is adjusted
(increasing), the motor speed often can not tightly follow the output frequency. If the
motor speed is lower than the output frequency, the output current will increase to
improve the output torque. However, if the difference between the output frequency and
the motor speed is too great, the motor torque will decrease, which is called ‘stall’.
2. During the period when a motor starts or the output frequency increases, the output
current of the inverter will increase. Once the output current exceeds the upper limit
pre-set as the following figure, the adjustment of the output frequency is paused
automatically and will continue to proceed until the motor captures the output
frequency ( at this moment the output current of the inverter will decrease
correspondingly).

(Note) If the stall prevention operates for a long time, the inverter will give alarm and stop, and the
screen will display .

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Pr24~Pr27 Multi-speed
Please refer to Pr4.

Pr29 Acceleration/deceleration pattern selection


Please refer to Pr7.

Pr30 regenerative function selection


Pr70 Special regenerative brake duty
1. At the moment when the output frequency switches from high to low, due to the load
inertia, the motor speed will be higher than the output frequency of the inverter, and
thus the generator effect is formed. It results in high voltage between the main-circuit
terminals P and N, which will damage the inverter. Therefore, a proper brake resistor
shall be mounted between the terminals P and PR to dissipate the fed-back energy.
2. There’s a built-in transistor (called as brake transistor) in the inverter. The conducting
time ratio of the transistor is called as ‘regenerative brake duty’. The Higher the
regenerative brake duty is, the more energy the brake resistor consumes, and the
stronger the brake capability.

Related
Set value Description
parameters
The regenerative brake duty is fixed to 10%, and Pr70 is
0
invalid.
Pr30
The Regenerative Brake Duty is the setting value of
1
Pr70.
Pr70 0~30% -----

(Note1) In occasions where frequent start/stop occurs, a high capacity brake resistor is required.
(Note2) Refer to Section 2-6 for brake resistor selection

Pr32 Serial communication Baud rate selection


Pr36 Inverter station number
Pr48 Data length
Pr49 STOP bit length
Pr50 Parity check selection
Pr51 CR,LF selection
Pr52 Number of communication retries

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Pr53 Communication check time interval
1. Communication protocol (initials):
Parameters Set value Instruction
0 Baud rate:4800bps
Pr32 1 Baud rate:9600bps (default value)
2 Baud rate:19200bps
Pr36 0~31 Station number: 0 (default value)
0 Data length:8 bit (default value)
Pr48
1 Data length:7bit
0 STOP bit length:1 bit (default value)
Pr49
1 STOP bit length:2 bit
0 Not Given (default value)
Pr50 1 odd
2 even
1 Only CR (default value)
Pr51 2 CR and LF
Pr52 0~10 1 (default value)
Pr53 0~999.8、9999 0~999.8, unit of sec, 9999 (default value)

Note:When Pr53=9999,there is no time limit.

2. Communication format:
1. Communication sequence:
PC read

inverter
1 4 5 time
inverter 2 3

PC write

① PC communication request
② Inverter processing time + waiting time
③ Inverter sending out data
④ PC processing time
⑤ PC sending out data

Note:the time for ② should be more than 500 μ S 。

2. Communication format:
(a) PC-inverter communication request

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Format A:(Write into inverter)
Waiti
Station comman SUM
ENQ ng content CR
NO. d CHECK
time
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Note:waiting time:0(no waiting time) ,(0~15 unit: 10ms)

Format B:(Read from inverter)


Waiti SUM
Station comman
ENQ ng content CHE
NO. d
time CK
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

(b) The inverter replies data when writing to inverter


Format C:(Content is right)
Station
ACK CR
NO.
1 2 3 4

Format D: (Content is wrong)


Station Wrong
NAK CR
NO. codes
1 2 3 4 5

(c) The inverter replies data when reading from inverter


Format E:(Information is right))
Unit
Station Reading SUM
STX *note ETX CR
NO. information CHECK
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Format F:(Information is wrong)


Station Wrong
NAK CR
NO. code
1 2 3 4 5

Note 1.Given by bit7 and bit6,0:minimum unit 1; 1:minimum unit 0.1,


2:minimum unit 0.01; 3:Minimum unit 0.001
Note 2.When the parameters are 9999,the content for Format A must be FFFF,
reading content for Format E is bFFFF。

(d) Computer replies data when accepting data from inverter


Format G:(Content is right)
ACK Station CR

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NO.
1 2 3 4
Format F:
Station
NAK CR
NO.
1 2 3 4
3. Syntax Instruction (ASCII CODE)
STX----H02 ETX----H03 ENQ----H05 ACK----H06
CR-----H0D NAK---H15 LF------ H0A

4. SUM CHECK instruction:


(Example 1)
Waiting SUM
Station Command time Content CHECK
ENQ
NO. E 1 1 0 7 A F 4
0 1 D
H05 H30 H31 H45 H31 H31 H30 H37 H41 H46 H34
H44

H30+H31+H45+H31+H31+H30+H37+H41+H44=H1F4

(Example 2)
Reading SUM
Station content unit ETX CHECK
STX
NO. 1 7 7 0 B 0
0 1
H02 H30 H31 H31 H37 H37 H30 H80 H03 H42 H30

H30+H31+H31+H37+H37+H30+H80=H1B0
5. Error code
Code Error content Code Error content Code Error content
Computer SUM CHECK
H0 H1 Parity error H2
NAK error error
H3 Protocol error H4 STOP bit error H5 Over run error
H6 Reserved H7 Character error H8 Reserved
H9 Reserved HA Mode error HB Command error
HC Data range HD Reserved HE Reserved
error

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Read/Write command codes
Byte
No Item, command Content
bits
H0000:PU H0001:External
H0002:JOG H0003:Combined mode 1(manipulator
Read H7B Startup, frequency set by EXT)
H0004: Combined mode 2 (EXT Startup, frequency set by
Running manipulator)
1 H0000:PU H0001:External
4Bytes
mode
H0002:JOG H0003:Combined 1(manipulator
Write HFB Startup, frequency set by EXT)
H0004: Combined mode 2 (EXT Startup, frequency set by
manipulator)
Output
H6F H0000~H9C40 4Bytes
frequency
Set
H73 H0000~H9C40 4Bytes
frequency
Output
H70 H0000~HFFFF 4Bytes
current
Output
H71 H0000~HFFFF 4Bytes
voltage
H0000~HFFFF:error codes for the last 2
times 4Bytes
Example:error codes for H74
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 00

Error code for last time Error code for this


time
(FAN) (OPT)
Mon
2 itori Data Content Data Content
ng H00 No Fault H50 UVT
H10 OC1 H51 OP1
H74
Error H11 OC2 H60 OLT
~
contents
H77 H12 OC3 H70 BE
H20 OV1 H80 GF
H21 OV2 H90 OHT
H22 OV3 HA0 OPT
H30 THT HB0 PE
H31 THN HB1 PUE
H40 EEP HB2 RET
H41 FAN HC0 CPU

Other Error code: SPE


H0000~HFFFF
b0:reserved
Running
3 HFA b1: Rotate forward (STF) 4Bytes
instruction
b2: Rotate backward (STR)
b3:Low speed(RL)

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b4:Medium speed(RM)
b5:High speed(RH)
b6: the Second acceleration/deceleration
selection (RT)
b7:Output terminate (MRS)
b8~b15: reserved
No item command content Byte bit
H0000~HFFFF

b0: running
b1: Rotating forward
b2: Rotating backward
b3: Frequency achieved
b4: Overload
4 Inverter state H7A b5: Tone 4Bytes
b6: Frequency checking
b7: Error
b8: RES ON
b9: STF ON
b10: STR ON
b11: EXT RUN PUSH STOP
b12~b15: Reserved
Running
5 HEE H0000~H9C40 4Bytes
frequency writing
6 Inverter RESET HFD H9696----Pr.997 4Bytes

4Bytes Oth
Commu
Pr other Error
nication check
content Pr. Pr. code

H9696 o x o x
H9966 o o o x
Parameter and H5A5A x x o x
7 HFC
Error clearance
H55AA x o o x
HA5A5 x x x o
When H9696 is written into the inverter,
parameters will be set to default value.
Communication parameter should be set
again for the next use.
H00
Parameter
8 ~
Please refer to the Manual for Data range
reading H63
Example:Reading code for Pr.7 is:H07 4Bytes
H80
9 Parameter writing ~ Writing code is:H87
HE3
Link
Paramet read H7F H00~H63,H80~HE3 change
10 er H0000----Pr.0~Pr.99 accessible 4Bytes
extensio H0001----Pr.100~Pr.199 accessible
n write HFF

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Pr37 Speed display
Related
Set value Description
parameters
In ‘output frequency monitoring mode’, ‘’the screen
0
will display the output frequency.
In ‘output frequency monitoring mode’, ‘’the screen
will display the corresponding mechanical speed.
The set value of Pr37 is the mechanical speed of the
inverter when its output frequency is 60Hz.
For example: if the transmitting belt speed is 950
Pr37 m/minute when the inverter output frequency is 60Hz,
0.01~9998 r/min Pr37 shall be set to 950. In ‘monitoring output
frequency’ mode, the screen will display the speed of
the transmitting belt.
(Note1) There’s minute discrepancy between the displayed
mechanical speed and the actual one.
(Note2) Please refer to Section 2-2, for detailed operation of the
‘manipulator working mode’,.

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Pr38 Frequency at 5V (10V) input
Pr73 Voltage signal selection
Related
Set value Description
parameters
0 The range for the input voltage signal is 0~5V.
Pr73
1 The range for the input voltage signal is 0~10V.
Pr38 1~400Hz The running frequency when the voltage signal is 5V(10V)

(Note 1) In ‘external mode’, ‘combined mode 2’ or ‘combined mode 2’, if AU,


RH, RM, RL and REX are all off, the inverter running
frequency is controlled by the voltage signal.
(Note 2) In this paragraph RL, RM, RH, REX and AU refer to
the ‘function names of multi-function control
terminals’. For the corresponding function selection
and features, refer to Pr80-84;
For wiring, refer to Section 2-5.

Pr39 Frequency at 20mA input


Related
Set value Description
parameters
The output frequency of the inverter when the input
Pr39 1~400Hz
current signal is 20mA.
(Note1) In ‘external mode’, ‘combined mode 2’ or ‘combined mode 4’, if AU is on, the
running frequency of the inverter is controlled
by the current signal.
(Note2) In ‘external mode’, ‘combined mode 2’ or ‘combined mode 4’, if AU
and one of RH, RM and RL are both valid at the same
time, the multi-speed has higher priority.
(Note3) In this paragraph RL, RM, RH and AU refer to
the ‘function names of multi-function control terminals’.
For the corresponding function selection
and features, refer to Pr59;
For wiring, refer to Section 1-5.‘’

Pr40 multi-function output terminal pattern


The multi-function output terminal is SO, its function is set by Pr40. Please refer to
section 2-5-2 for wiring. There 5 setting for Pr40, which is listed below:

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The set
Related Function
value of Description
parameters name
each digit
Signal will be output once the running frequency is
0 RUN
above the startup one.
Signal will be output once the output Refer
1 SU frequency reaches the setting frequency. to
Pr41
Signal will be output once the detected Refer
frequency is above the running one. to
2 FU
Pr42
Pr40 Pr43
Signal will be output once the current limit
3 OL function is triggered. ---
If the output current percentage of the inverter Refer
is less than the set value of Pr62, and lasts for to
4 OMD the pre-defined time (the setting value of Pr62
Pr63), OMD will output signal. Pr63

(Note1) The multi-function output terminal is SO. When Pr40=0 (the default value), it means
‘RUN’; When a different value is set, the corresponding function will change as shown in the above
table.

(Note2) The internal electrical structures for the multi-function output terminals are ‘open collector
output’. Please refer to Section 2-5-2 and Section 2-5-3 for wiring,

Pr41 Up-to-frequency sensitivity


Pr42 Output frequency detection for forward rotation
Pr43 Output frequency detection for reverse rotation

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Related
Set value Description
parameters

Pr41 0~100%

Pr42 0~120Hz

1. If Pr41=5%, when the output frequency enter the ‘5%


region near the running frequency’, the SU will output
signals. For example: the running frequency is set to
Pr43 0~120Hz 60Hz, and Pr41=5%; then if the output frequency is
between 60±60×5%=63Hz to 57Hz region, the SU
will output signals.

2. If Pr42=30 and Pr43=20, then when the forward rotation


output frequency exceeds 30Hz, FU will output signals;
when the reverse rotation output frequency exceeds
20Hz, FU will also output signals.
3. If Pr42=30 and Pr43=9999 (factory setting default
value), then when the forward or reverse rotation output
frequency exceeds 30Hz, the FU will output signals.
(Note) In this paragraph SU, FU are the ‘function names of multi-function output terminals’. Please
refer to Pr40 for function selection and features; about wiring refer to section 1-5.

Pr44 Second acceleration time


Pr45 Second deceleration time
Pr46 Second torque boost
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Pr47 Second V/F (base frequency)
1. If RT is on, the second function is valid. In this case the running characteristics of the
motor refer to the second function. That is, the acceleration time is the set value of
Pr44; the deceleration time is the set value of Pr45; the torque boost is the set value of
Pr46; and the base frequency is the set value of Pr47.
2. If Pr44=9999 (default value), all the second function is disabled. In this case, even
though RT is on, the acceleration time is still the set value of Pr7; the deceleration
time is still the set value of Pr8; the torque boost is still the set value of Pr0; and the
base frequency is still the set value of Pr3.
3. If Pr44≠9999 and Pr45=9999, when RT is on, the deceleration time is the ‘set value
of Pr44’.
4. If Pr44≠9999 and Pr46=9999, when RT is on, the torque boost is the ‘set value of
Pr0’.
5. If Pr44≠9999 and Pr47=9999, when RT is on, the base frequency is the ‘set value of
Pr3’.
(Note) The mentioned RT in this paragraph is the ‘function name of multi-function control terminal’.
Please refer to Pr59 for function selection and features; about wiring refer to Section 1-5.

Pr54 AM terminal function Selection


Pr55 Frequency monitoring reference
Pr56 Current monitoring reference
Pr191 AM terminal checking

Between terminals AM-5, an electric meter


(a current meter with a full scale of 1mA or a
frequency counter), can be connected to indicate
the output current value or the output frequency. Its
wiring arrangement is shown in the right figure.

Related Set
Description
parameters value
0 The electric meter will indicate the output frequency of the inverter.
Pr54
1 The electric meter will indicate the output current of the inverter.

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If the output frequency of
the inverter is the set value
0~12
Pr55 of Pr55, the terminal FM
0Hz
will output a pulse train of
1440Hz.

If the output current of the


0~50 inverter is the set value of
Pr56
0A Pr56, the terminal FM will
output a pulse of 1440Hz.

(Note) The terminal FM maximum output pulse


frequency is 2400Hz.

AM terminal checking

Step Description
Connect a electric meter Between terminals and set Pr54=0 时. Please check the
1
meter because of the accessory.
2 Run the motor and set the frequency to 60HZ。
3 Read the value of Pr191, meanwhile the emendation coefficient will be displayed
Press , the finger of the meter moves upwards, the emendation coefficient
increase

4 Press , the finger of the meter moves downwards, the emendation coefficient
decrease

When the finger of the meter moves to full range, press to finish checking.

Pr57 Restart coasting time


Pr58 Restart cushion time
Related
Set value Description
parameters
During the motor is running, once the driving power is
interrupted, the inverter will stop outputting voltage instantly.
Pr57 9999
When the power is recovered, the inverter will not restart up
automatically.

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During the motor is running, once the driving power is
interrupted, the inverter will stop outputting voltage instantly.
0.1 ~ 5
When the power is recovered, and the motor coasts for a while
second
(the setting value of Pr57), the inverter will restart the motor
automatically.
Once the motor was automatically restarted, the output frequency
of the inverter is the running frequency, but the output voltage is
0~5
Pr58 zero. Then the voltage will be increased gradually to the expected
second
voltage value. The period for voltage increasing is called ‘restart
cushion time (Pr58)’.

Pr59 Function selection for multi-function control terminals


‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’
‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’
‘’‘‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’‘’
Set
Parameter Instruction
value
Running frequency is set by the button on PU board. The frequency range
0
is set by Pr38.
Pr59
1 Running frequency is set by the button and on PU board.

Pr60 Input signal filter constant


When the running frequency is set by a voltage signal or current signal, the
voltage/current signal should be processed by an A/D converter. Due to the effect of
device accuracy or noises, the external voltage signal or current signal may fluctuate and
thus the running frequency fluctuates.
The ‘Input signal filter constant setting Pr60’ is used to filter the fluctuation of the
running frequency caused by the above factors. The larger the Pr60 setting value is, the
better the filter performance, but larger delay is resulted in.

Pr62 Zero current detection level


Pr63 Zero current detection period

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1. As shown in the right figure, assume that the
rated full-load current of the inverter
is 20A, Pr62=5% and
Pr63=0.5 seconds. In this case if the output current
is lower than 20*5%=1A for more than 0.5 seconds, the OMD will
output signals which is depicted in the right figure.
2. If the setting value of Pr62 or Pr63 is
9999, the zero current detection is disabled.
(Note) In this paragraph OMD are the ‘function names of multi-function output terminals’. Please refer
to Pr40 for function selection and features; about wiring refer to section 2-5.‘’

Pr65 Retry selection


Pr67 Number of retries at alarm occurrence
Pr68 Retry waiting time
1. When alarm occurs, the previous states before the alarm will be restored automatically,
which is called ‘retry’. The ‘retry’ is valid only for the alarms of ‘over-current ’ and
‘over-voltage between P-N’.
2. The retry shall be executed for limited times. For example, the first alarm occurs and
the retry has been executed. Unfortunately, a second alarm occurs successively within
30 seconds later. Such a case is defined as ‘continuous alarms’. In case the continuous
alarms occur for more times than the pre-defined upper limit, a great malfunction is
indicated, thus special measures should be taken manually. At this time, the retry will
not be executed any more. The number of pre-defined times is called ‘number of retries
at alarm occurrence (Pr67)’.
(Note) Assume all alarms are not continuous alarms. Then the retry can be executed for unlimited times.

3. The period from the moment of alarm to that of retry is defined ‘retry waiting time’.
Related Set
Description
parameters value
Retry is invalid. When alarm occurs, the output is stopped, the
Pr65 0
‘Alarm’ lamp is lit, and all the inverter functions are disabled.

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In case ‘over-voltage between P-N’ occurs, the output is stopped.
1 After a period of waiting time (the set value of Pr68), the retry is
executed.
Once ‘over-current’ occurs, the output is stopped. After a period of
2
waiting time (the set value of Pr68), the retry is executed.
In case ‘over-voltage between P-N’ or ‘over-current’ occurs, the
3 output is shut off. After a period of waiting time (the set value of
Pr68), the retry is executed.

0 time Invalid retry.

Given continuous alarm occurs for times within the pre-defined


upper limit of Pr67, retries will be valid; However, once the upper
Pr67 1~10 limit is exceeded, the retry is valid no more.
times
During the period of ‘retry waiting time’, the ‘Alarm’ lamp shall
not be lit.
‘’‘’‘’
0~360
Pr68 ----
second

Pr66 Stall prevention operation level reduction starting frequency


Refer to Pr22

Pr69 Retry count


1. For each time the retry occurs, the value of Pr69 will be increased by 1 automatically.
So the number of Pr69 just indicates the number of alarms.
2. If Pr69 is rewritten with 0, the number of alarms is erased.

Pr70 Special regenerative brake duty


Refer to Pr30

Pr71 Racing brake and beeline brake selection


Set
Parameter Instruction
value
It is now racing brake. Press STOP, the output of the inverter terminates.
0
Motor will be ‘racing’
Pr71
It is now racing brake. Press STOP, the output of the inverter follows the
1
acceleration/deceleration curve.

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Pr72 Carrier frequency
1. The higher the carrier frequency is, the lower the motor acoustic noise is; unfortunately,
greater leakage current and larger noises generated by the inverter are resulted in.
2. The higher the carrier frequency is, the more energy is dissipated, and the higher the
temperature of the inverter.
3. In case a mechanical resonance occurs for a system with the inverter, Pr72 is helpful
for improved performance just by adjusting its value.
(Note) The optimum carrier frequency shall be over 8 times greater than the running frequency.
Pr73 Voltage signal selection
Refer to Pr38

‘’‘‘’

Pr75 Reset selection


Set value of Suitable STOP
Pr75 modes Braking Reset
Only occur when mistakes. Press
0 PU 1.5sto reset.
Press to brake
for
Any Only occur when mistakes. Press
1(default) Press to brake 1.5sto reset.
modes
for

(Note1) ‘’‘’
1. In normal or abnormal conditions, the reset can be executed by Pr997.
(Note2) There are two built-in simulation programs for thermally-accumulating relays, namely,
‘electronic thermal relay’ and ‘IGBT module thermal relay’. Once reset occurs, the values for the ‘’‘’two
relay will be set zero.
(Note 3) In External mode, when Pr75=1, the motor can be stopped by pressing STOP button. It can
restart as follows:
1. Terminate external STF/STR command
2. Change to External mode. Please refer to 3-1-1

Pr77 Parameter- writing disable selection


Related
parameter Definition
Set value
In Pu mode, when the motor stopped, the parameters can
Pr77 0
be written. (Note1)
1 The parameter-writing is forbidden. (Note2)

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2 The parameters-writing is enabled. (Note3)
(Note 1)
1. When motor stops, all parameter can be written
2. When motor runs, only ‘Pr4~Pr6, Pr24~Pr27, Pr54~Pr56 and Pr191’ can be written

(Note 2)
1.When motor runs, only Pr77 and Pr79 can be written
2. The parameter-writing is forbidden when motor runs
(注 3)
1. When motor stops, all parameter can be written
2. When motor runs, only Pr22 and Pr79 can not be written

Pr78 Selection of forward/ reverse rotation prevention


Related
Set
parameter Description
value
0 Forward rotation and reverse rotation are both permitted.
Pr78 1 Reverse rotation is prohibited.
2 Forward rotation is prohibited.

Pr79 Operation mode selection


Refer to Section 3-1.

Pr80~Pr84 Multi-function terminals selection


Set
Parameter Terminal Name Function Instruction
value
For In external or combined
Pr80~Pr84, 1,3 mode, connect STF
STF 0
The range and SD, the inverter
runs forwards.
Pr80 M0 of them is
In external or combined
0~9.please
1,3 mode, connect STF
refer to STR 1
and SD, the inverter
the right runs backwards.
for their Please
meanings RL 2 Multi-speed refer to
Pr4-Pr6
Pr81 M1
Please
RM 3 Multi-speed refer to
Pr4-Pr6
Please
RH 4 Multi-speed refer to
Pr4-Pr6
Pr82 M2 Please
refer to
AU 5 In external or combined Pr39
2,4 modes, when AU is
on, inverter running
frequency is set by the
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current signal between
terminal 4 and 5.
OH 6 (Note 3)
When MRS is on and
Pr83 STF
lasts for ms,the inverter
MRS 7
output voltage
terminates
When RT is on , the Please
characteristics of the refer to
RT 8 Pr44
motor is the same as
the second function
In external mode, when
Pr84 STR EXJ is on,the running
EXJ frequency of the inverter
(External 9 is set by Pr15 ,
JOG) acceleration/deceleration
time is set by Pr16
(Note 4)
(Note 1). When it is default value,Pr80=2(RL),Pr81=3(RM),Pr82=4(RH),Pr83=0(STF),
Pr84=1(STR)。

(Note 2). When Changing the value of Pr80-Pr84,the functions of the terminals are changed. For
example, Pr80=2 means the function of M0 is RL,but when Pr80=8,its function changes to RT,As
a second function selection terminal;when Pr83=0 means STF terminal is chosen as running forward
terminal,when Pr83=6,its function changes to ‘OH’,it is then external thermal relay terminal.

(Note 3) Wiring for external thermal relay(OH)


In traditional wiring, a thermal relay is added to the motor, to prevent it from being too hot. Its
wring is on the right. When the external thermal relay is separated, the inverter will indicate alarm,
and ‘OHT’ will be displayed on the screen.

(Note 4) When any one of Pr80-Pr82 is 9, its function is changed to ‘EXJ’. When Pr83 or Pr84 is 9, it is
not ’EXJ’.

Pr85 Function selection for multi-function relay


The multi-function terminals for SS-TYPE inverter is A and B. Their function is determined
by Pr85. There are five setting for Pr85, which is listed below:
Param Function Function
Value Instruction
eter code name
Output when the frequency is above the
Pr85 0 RUN running
starting frequency.
frequency Output when output frequency equals P41
1 SU
achieved the setting frequency
frequency Output when detected frequency is Pr42
2 FU
detection above the set value Pr43
Overload Output when current limit function
3 OL ---
detection works

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When the percentage of output current
Zero-current is less than Pr62and,lasts for Pr62
4 OMD
detection some time(Value of Pr63),OMD Pr63
will output signal.
5 ALARM Alarm Alarm detection

Pr87 Stator resistance


Pr88 Auto-voltage upgrade coefficient
Parameter Value Instruction
Pr87 0.0~20.0 Stator resistance of a star connected asynchronous motor(Note 1)
Pr88 0~10 Voltage upgrade level selection (Note 2)
(Note 1) Measurement of stator resistance

440v series:Set value=measured value of resistance meter/2


220v series:Set value=measured value of resistance meter/3

(Note 2) When the inverter runs, the auto-upgraded voltage results in greater torque.
0:Auto-voltage upgrade is disabled.

Pr89 Slip compensation coefficient


Parameter Value Instruction
0:Slip compensation is forbidden; (Note)
Pr89 0~10
10:compensation value is 3% of the running frequency
(Note) This parameter can be used to compensate the slip of the asynchronous motor so that the speed
of the asynchronous motor, which runs with rated current, can approach to the synchronous speed.

Pr91~Pr96 Frequency jump


1. To avoid the

system mechanical resonance


frequency, 3 sets
of jump frequencies are presented, namely,
the first by Pr91 and Pr92
, the second by Pr93 and Pr94 and the last by
Pr95 and Pr96.

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2. A right setting should comply with the following conditions:
Pr91<Pr92, Pr93<Pr94 and Pr95<Pr96.
3. For example:
When Pr91=45 and pr92=50
If the running frequency≦ 45Hz, then the steady output frequency = the
running frequency.
If 45Hz < running frequency ≦ 50Hz,then the steady output frequency = 45Hz.
If 50Hz < running frequency, then the steady output frequency = the
running frequency.
The case is diagramed in the upper right figure.
(Note1) During acceleration/ deceleration, the output frequency of the inverter will still pass through the
jump frequency.
(Note2)
If pr91=9999 or pr92=9999, the first set of frequency jump is invalid.
If pr93=9999 or pr94=9999, the second set of frequency jump is invalid
If pr95=9999 or pr96=9999, the third set of frequency jump is invalid.

Pr160 PID selection


Pr161 PID proportion Gain
Pr162 PID integration Gain
Pr163 PID differential Gain

Parameter Value Instruction


0 PID is forbidden
1 PID function is for voltage feedback
Pr160 (terminal 2-5)
2 PID function is for current feedback
(terminal 4-5)
Pr161 0.00~99.99 PID proportional GAIN
Pr162 0.00~99.99 PID integral GAIN
Pr163 0.00~99.99 PID differential GAIN

Pr194 Frequency setting voltage bias


Pr195 Frequency setting voltage gain
Step1.
Make sure the voltage signal is correctly input.

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Step2.
Assume that ‘the input voltage equals Value A, and
the expected output frequency is 20Hz’.
Then adjust the signal to Value A, and write 20 into Pr194.
Step3. Assume that the input voltage equals Value B, and
the expected output frequency is 60Hz’.
Then adjust the signal to Value B, and write 60 into Pr195.
‘’
(Note1) The equation for the above curve is:

(Note2) After Pr194 and 195 are reset, the curve of Pr38 is invalid.

Pr196 Frequency setting current bias


Pr197 Frequency setting current gain
Step1. Make sure that the current signal is correctly input.
Step2. Assume that the input current equals Value A, and
the expected output frequency is 20Hz’.
Then adjust the signal to Value A, and
write 20 into Pr194.
‘’Step3. Assume that the input current equals Value B, and
the expected output frequency is 60Hz’.
Then adjust the signal to Value B, and
write 60 into Pr195‘’

(Note1) The equation for the above figure is:

(Note2) After Pr196 and Pr197 are reset, the curve of Pr39 is valid.

Pr996 Alarm log erasure


Once Pr996 is read out (after read out, the screen will display ) and rewritten in,

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all the abnormal event logs are erased..

Pr997 Reset
Once Pr997 is read out (after read out, the screen will display ) and rewritten in,
the inverter is reset. Once the inverter is reset, the values of the ‘electronic thermal relay’
and the ‘IGBT module thermal relay’ shall be set to zero.

Pr998 Parameter total- initialization


Once Pr998 is read out (after read out, the screen will display ) and rewritten in,
all parameter setting will be restored to the default value.

Pr999 Parameter partial- initialization


Once Pr999 is read out (after read out, the screen will display ) and rewritten in,
all parameters except for Pr192and Pr194~Pr197 will be restored to the default value.

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Chapter 5 Inspection and Maintenance
In order to avoid the malfunction and security problems resulting from aging of the
devices which is caused by environmental factors such as temperature, oil fog, dust,
vibration, humidity and etc., ‘daily inspection’ and ‘periodical inspection’ are necessary.
(Note) Only fully-qualified electrical professional personnel can carry out installation, wiring,
dismounting and maintenance.
5-1 Daily inspection
1. Check whether the surrounding conditions are normal or not (including temperature,
humidity, dust density and etc.) at the installment place.
2. Check whether the power supply voltage is normal or not (the voltages among R, S and
T)
3. Check whether wiring is ok (whether the external wiring for the main-circuit board and
the control-board terminal is loose or not).
4. Check whether the cooling system is abnormal or not (Whether there’s any abnormal
acoustic noise when operating or not? whether the wiring is ok or not?).
5. Check the indicating lamp (Whether the control-board indicating LED lamp, the
manipulator indicating LED lamp and the manipulator screen LED are normal or not).

6. Check whether the expected performance is maintained or not.


7. Check whether there’s any abnormal vibration, acoustic noise or smell during running
or not.
8. Check whether there is liquid leaking from the filter capacitors or not.

5-2 Periodical inspection (during stop)


1. Check the connector and wiring ( whether the connector and wiring between the
main-circuit board and control board is ok or not).

2. Check whether components on the main-circuit board and the control board are
overheated.
3. Check whether the electrolytic capacitors on the main-circuit board and control board
have liquid leaking out.
4. Check the IGBT module on the main-circuit board.
5. Clean the dust and contaminants on the circuit board.
6. Check the insulation resistor.
7. Check the cooling system (Whether the wiring is firm or not; clean the air filter, etc)
8. Check screws and bolts.

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9. Check the external wires and the terminal banks for damage.

5-3 Regular replacement of parts (components)


The corresponding
Items period for Description
replacement
For the axle of a fan, the standard lifetime is about
10~35 thousand hours. With reference to the time
2 years of 24 hours one day, it is sure that the fan should
Cooling fan
be replaced 2 years later.
The filter capacitor is an electrolytic capacitor,
and will deteriorate with time. The deterioration
Filter 5 years speed is contingent on the ambient conditions.
capacitor Generally, it shall be replaced every 5 years.
If bad contact occurs, please replace it
Relay ---
immediately.
(Note) Please send the inverters to the factory when replacement of the parts is necessary.

5-4 Inverter insulation resistance measurement


1. Before measurement, first dismount
the ‘wiring of the main-circuit
terminals’ and the ‘control board’.
Then execute wiring in the way as the right figure.
2. The measurement is only suitable for the
main circuit. Such measurement is prohibited for
control board terminals.
1. The value of the insulation resistance shall
greater than 5MΩ.

(Note) Please do not carry out a high-voltage test, because the built-in semiconductor components will
be damaged by such a test.

5-5 Motor insulation resistance measurement


1. Before measurement, please dismount the motor,
and demonstrate wiring in the way as
the right figure.
2. The insulation resistance shall be greater than 5MΩ.

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5-6 Check IGBT modules
Before check, first dismount the external wires for the main-circuit terminals. Then, set
your multi-meter to the ohm-testing position.
Positive Negative Positive Negative
Normal result Normal result
voltage voltage voltage voltage
R P Conducting U P Conducting
S P Conducting V P Conducting
T P Conducting W P Conducting
Not Not
P R P U
conducting conducting
Not Not
P S P V
conducting conducting
Terminal mark

Terminal mark
Not Not
P T P W
conducting conducting
Not Not
R N U N
conducting conducting
Not Not
S N V N
conducting conducting
Not Not
T N W N
conducting conducting
N R Conducting N U Conducting
N S Conducting N V Conducting
N T Conducting N W Conducting

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Appendix 1 Parameter List
User
Parameter Minimum The default Reference
Name Setting range setting
number setting unit value page
value
Pr0 Torque boost 0~30% 0.1% 6.0 P29
Pr1 Maximum frequency 0~120Hz 0.01Hz 120Hz P29
Pr2 Minimum frequency 0~120Hz 0.01Hz 0Hz P29
Pr3 Base frequency 0~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P29
Pr4 Speed 1 (high speed) 0~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P30
Pr5 Speed 2 (middle speed) 0~400Hz 0.01Hz 30Hz P30
Pr6 Speed 3 (low speed) 0~400Hz 0.01Hz 10Hz P30
Pr7 Acceleration time 0~3600s 0.1s 5s P31
Pr8 Deceleration time 0~3600s 0.1s 5s P31
Electronic thermal relay Rated output
Pr9 0~500A 0.01A P33
capacity current
DC injection brake operation
Pr10 0~120Hz 0.01Hz 3Hz P33
frequency
DC injection brake operation
Pr11 0~10s 0.1s 0.5s P33
time
Pr12 DC injection brake voltage 0~30% 0.1% 4% P33
Pr13 Starting frequency 0~60Hz 0.01Hz 0.5Hz P34
Pr14 Load pattern selection 0、1、2、3 1 0 P34
Pr15 JOG frequency 0~400Hz 0.01Hz 5Hz P34
JOG acceleration /
Pr16 0~3600s 0.1s 0.5s P34
deceleration time
Pr17 External relay selection P34
High-speed maximum
Pr18 120~400Hz 0.01Hz 120Hz P30
frequency
Pr19 Base frequency voltage 0~1000V、9999 0.1V 9999 P34
Acceleration/deceleration
Pr20 1~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P34
reference frequency
Pr21 Reserved
Stall prevention operation
Pr22 0~200% 0.1% 150% P35
level
Stall prevention level at
Pr23 0~200%、9999 0.1% 9999 P35
double speed
Pr24 Speed 4 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P35
Pr25 Speed 5 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P35
Pr26 Speed 6 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P35
Pr27 Speed 7 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P35
Pr28 Reserved
Acceleration/deceleration
Pr29 0、1、2 1 0 P35
pattern selection
Regenerative function
Pr30 0、1 1 0 P36
selection
Pr31 Reserved
Pr32 Serial communication speed 0、1、2 1 1 (Note4)

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User
Parameter Minimum The default Reference
Name Setting range setting
number setting unit value page
value
(baud rate)
Pr33 Reserved (Note4)
Pr34 Reserved (Note4)
Pr35 Reserved Note4
Pr36 Station number 0~31 1 0 Note4
Pr37 Speed display 0.1~5000r/min 0.1r/min 0 P36
Pr38 Frequency at 5V(10V) input 1~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P37
Pr39 Frequency at 20 mA input 1~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P37
Multi-function output
Pr40 0、1、2、3、4 1 0 P38
terminal pattern
Pr41 Up-to-frequency sensitivity 0~100% 0.1% 10% P39
Output frequency detection
Pr42 0~400Hz 0.01Hz 6Hz P39
for forward rotation
Output frequency detection
Pr43 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P39
for reverse rotation
Pr44 Second acceleration time 0~3600s、9999 0.1s 9999 P40
Pr45 Second deceleration time 0~3600s、9999 0.1s 9999 P40
Pr46 Second torque boost 0~30%、9999 0.1% 9999 P40
Pr47 Second base frequency 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P40
Pr48 Data length 0、1 1 0 (Note4)
Pr49 Stop bit length 0、1 1 0 (Note4)
Pr50 Parity check selection 0、1、2 1 0 (Note4)
Pr51 CR and LF selection 1、2 1 1 (Note4)
Number of communication
Pr52 0~10 1 1 (Note4)
retries
Communication check time
Pr53 0~999.8s、9999 0.1s 9999 (Note4)
interval
AM terminal function
Pr54 0、1 1 0 P40
selection
Frequency monitoring
Pr55 0~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P40
reference
Rated output
Pr56 Current monitoring reference 0~500A 0.01A P40
current
Pr57 Retry coasting time 0~5s、9999 0.1s 9999 P41
Pr58 Retry cushion time 0~5s 0.1s 5s P41
Frequency source selection
Pr59 0、1 1 1 P42
in PU panel
Pr60 Input signal filtering constant 0~32 1 1 P43
Pr61 Reserved
Pr62 zero current detection 0~200%、9999 0.1% 5% P44
Pr63 Zero current detection time 0.05~1s、9999 0.01s 0.5s P44
Pr64 Reserved

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User
Parameter Minimum The default Reference
Name Setting range setting
number setting unit value page
value
Pr65 Retry selection 0、1、2、3 1 0 P44
Stall prevention operation
Pr66 level reduction starting 0~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P45
frequency
Number of retries at alarm
Pr67 0、1~10 1 0 P44
occurrence
Pr68 Retry waiting time 0~360s 0.1s 1s P44
Pr69 Retry count 0~10 1 0 P45
Special regenerative brake
Pr70 0~30% 0.1% - P45
duty
Racing brake and direct
Pr71 0、1 1 1
current brake selection
Pr72 Carrier frequency 0.7~14.5kHz 0.1KHz 2.0 P45
Pr73 Voltage signal selection 0、1 1 0 P46
Pr74 startup terminal selection P46
Pr75 Reset selection 0~1 1 1 P46
Slip compensation plus
Pr76 0~200.0% 0.1% 0
coefficient
Parameter–writing disable
Pr77 0、1、2 1 0 P47
selection
Forward /reverse rotation
Pr78 0、1、2 1 0 P48
prevention selection
0、1、2、3、4、
Pr79 Operation mode selection 1 0 P48
5、6、7
multi-function terminal M0
Pr80 0~9 1 2
selection
multi-function terminal M1
Pr81 0~9 1 3
selection
multi-function terminal M2
Pr82 0~9 1 4
selection
Function selection of control
Pr83 0~9 1 0
terminal STF
Function selection of control
Pr84 0~9 1 1
terminal STR
Pr85 Reserved 0~5 1 5
Pr86 Reserved
Pr87 Stator resistance 0~20 0.1 0
Auto-voltage upgrade
Pr88 0~10 1 0
coefficient
Pr89 Slip compensation coefficient 0~10 1 0
Pr90 reserved
Pr91 Frequency jump 1A 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P48

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User
Parameter Minimum The default Reference
Name Setting range setting
number setting unit value page
value
Pr92 Frequency jump 1B 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P48
Pr93 Frequency jump 2A 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P48
Pr94 Frequency jump 2B 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P48
Pr95 Frequency jump 3A 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P48
Pr96 Frequency jump 3B 0~400Hz、9999 0.01Hz 9999 P48
Pr97 Reserved
Pr98 Reserved
Pr99 Reserved
Pr100 Reserved
Pr160 PID selection 0、1、2 1 0 Pr160
Pr161 PID proportion coefficient 0~99.99 0.01 1 Pr161
Pr162 PID integration coefficient 0~99.99 0.01 1 Pr162
Pr163 PID differential coefficient 0~99.99 0.01 0 P46
Pr191 AM terminal adjustment
Refer to
Pr192 FM calibration 1 --- P49
Chapter 3
Frequency setting voltage
Pr194 0~60Hz 0.01Hz 0Hz P49
bias
Frequency setting voltage
Pr195 1~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P49
gain
Frequency setting current
Pr196 0~60Hz 0.01Hz 0Hz P50
bias
Pr198 reserved
Pr199 reserved
Frequency setting current
Pr197 1~400Hz 0.01Hz 60Hz P50
gain
Refer to ---
Pr994 Parameter-copying read out --- (Note3) P50
Chapter 3
Refer to ---
Pr995 Parameter-copying write in --- (Note3) P50
Chapter 3
Refer to ---
Pr996 Alarm log erasure --- --- P51
Chapter 3
Refer to ---
Pr997 Reset --- --- P51
Chapter 3
Refer to
Pr998 Parameter total- initialization --- --- --- P51
Chapter 3
Parameter Refer to
Pr999 --- --- --- P51
partial-initialization Chapter 3

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Appendix 2 Alarm Code List
Code Cause Troubleshooting
‧ Under-voltage for power
supply.
‧ The RES terminal is ‧ Provide a normal power supply
connected ‧ Shut off RES
‧ Bad connection between ‧ Ensure firm connection between the
the manipulator and main manipulator and the main machine
machine ‧ Replace the inverter
‧ Internal circuit ‧ Restart the inverter
malfunction
‧ Wrong operation of CPU

Over-current during
acceleration ‧ In case the time for acceleration or
deceleration is too short, please
The output current is two
prolong it.
Over-current at times larger than the rated ‧ Avoid abrupt increase of load.
constant speed current of the inverter.
‧ Check Terminals U, V and W for short
circuit.
Over-current during
deceleration

Over-voltage during ‧ In case the time for acceleration or


acceleration deceleration is too short, please
prolong it.
‧ Check the brake resistor between
Over-voltage at Over-voltage between
Terminal P and PR for loose
constant speed Terminal P and N
connection.
‧ Check whether the values of Pr30 and
Over-voltage during Pr70 are right or not.
deceleration
The IGBT module thermal Avoid the inverter long timely operating
The IGBT module is accumulating relay act under overload condition
overheat
‧Check whether the setting value of the
The electronic thermal relay Pr9 is correct or not ( the setting should
Motor overheating operates comply the actual motor)
‧ Reduce load
‧ Check if the setting value of the pr22
is correct
The stall prevention The stall prevention function ‧ Reduce the load value
function device act for device act for long time
‧ Increase the capacity combination of
long time inverter and motor
The brake transistor is
The brake transistor is abnormal Please send it back to the factory.
abnormal
‧ Check the capacity of the external
The external thermal relay thermal relay and the motor for
The external thermal operates matching.
relay operates. ‧ Reduce the load

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Code Cause Troubleshooting
‧ Abnormal
communication. The
maximum
communication retry
number is violated. Correctly set the communication
Peripheral devices are ‧ Interrupted parameters
abnormal communication. The
maximum
communication check
time interval is violated.
EEP
The memory ROM fails Send it back to the factory.
Memory is abnormal

CPU External electromagnetic


Improve external disturbance
CPU error disturbance is too strong

Appendix 3 Warning code list


Code Display Cause Troubleshooting
When the output current
is larger than the set
value, it will display 1. Check if the values of Pr22、
OLI , to indicate that Pr23、Pr66 are proper.
Current stall the inverter is in 2. Check if the values ofPr7、Pr8
current stall mode. In are too small
this case the motor
may not run smoothly .
When the voltage
between P and N is too
1. add a brake resistor between P
high, the inverter will
OLV and Pr
Voltage stall 2. Check if the values of Pr7 and
display . Then
Pr8 are too small
the motor may not run
smoothly .
LV Input voltage is low 1. supply with the specified voltage
Low voltage
When the output current
is more than twice the 1. Please increase the
rated current, but it acceleration/deceleration time in
doesn’t reach the stall case of abrupt
OLT level, the inverter will acceleration/deceleration.
LT motion 2. avoid abrupt load increasing.
display . Then 3. Check if there is short circuit
the motor may not run among U,V and W
smoothly.

(Note) the above phenomena are to show the working state of the inverter, while the

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inverter will not stop. To get around the above troubles, please adjust the parameters
properly or check the power supply and load carefully.

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Appendix 4 Troubles and Solutions
Trouble Check points
‧ Check that a proper power supply voltage is applied.
Check the
‧ Check that the Power Lamp is lit.
Main circuit
‧ Check that the motor is connected properly.
Check the ‧ Check the load is not too heavy.
load ‧ Check that the shaft is not locked.
‧ Check the starting frequency (Pr13) setting is not
greater than the running frequency.
‧ Check the operation mode (Pr79)setting is correct.
Check the ‧ Check that the reverse rotation prevention (Pr78) is
parameter not selected.
settings ‧ Check that the bias and gain (Pr194~Pr197) setting is
Motor remains correct.
stopped ‧ Check the frequency jump (Pr91~Pr96) setting is
correct.
‧ Check the output stop signal (MRS) or reset signal
(RES) is not on.
‧ Check that the external thermal relay does not
operate.
Check the
‧ Check that the ALARM lamp is off and the reset is
control
not executed.
circuit
‧ Check that voltage/current start signal is input.
‧ Check that the signal input STF/STR is correct.(The
related parameter is Pr74).
‧ Check that wiring for the control circuit is ok.
Motor rotates ‧ Check that the phase sequence of output terminals U, V and W is
in opposite correct.
direction ‧ Check that the start signals(STF and STR) are connected properly.
‧ Check that the load is not too heavy.
Speed does not ‧ Check that the stall prevention level (Pr22) setting is correct.
increase. ‧ Check that the torque boost (Pr0) setting is correct.
‧ Check that the maximum frequency (Pr1)setting is correct.
‧ Check that the acceleration/ deceleration time (Pr7, Pr8) settings
Acceleration/ are not too short.
deceleration is ‧ Check that the acceleration/ deceleration pattern(Pr29) setting is
not smooth correct.
‧ Check that the voltage/current input signal is affected by noises.
‧ Check that the load is not too heavy.
Motor current ‧ Check that the torque boost setting is not too large.
is large

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Speed varies ‧ Check that the frequency setting signal is not affected by noise.
during ‧ Check that the load is not varying.
operation Check that the wiring length for the main circuit is correct.

Version: SH0X0 V 1.2.1


Print time: NOV., 2004

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